Met Office chief forecaster Paul Gundersen said: "The unsettled theme continues throughout this week, with further spells of rain moving across the United Kingdom from the west as many return to work on Tuesday and there will again be some snow over the high ground in Scotland".
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"The unsettled theme continues throughout this week, with further spells of rain moving across the United Kingdom from the west as many return to work on Tuesday, and there will again be some snow over the high ground in Scotland", said Paul Gundersen, the Met Office's chief forecaster.
There will be a risk of "injuries and danger to life" from flying debris and large waves along the western coast, the warning said.
The warning, which covers Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead, will be in place from 6pm tonight until 6pm tomorrow (Wednesday).
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"Gusts of 50 to 60mph are likely quite widely within the warning area, whilst gusts of 70 to 80mph may affect exposed coastal areas in the west and south".
Later this afternoon they will also be looking to issue Flood Warnings for areas along the coast where we forecast potential flooding of properties.
The storm will bring strong winds over 24 hours, from 6pm on Tuesday to 6pm on Wednesday.
Environment Agency manager, Jeremy Westgarth, said: "We are preparing for the heavy band of rain and strong winds combined with high tides along the Cumbria and Lancashire coast until Thursday".